It is going to be a rainy weekend – so be sure to call or check out each event’s website before you venture out. Have a great weekend!
October 1 – 4 – Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze
8 acre corn maze with educational information and activities, rope mazes, duck race, corn box, pedal tractors, play area, weekend hayrides and flashlight mazes. Group rates by appointment. Call for hours. Misty Meadows Farm Creamery, 14325 Misty Meadow Road, Smithsburg, MD 21783. 301-824-2112 or http://www.mistymeadowsfarmcreamery.com/
October 2 & 3 – Fall Bargin Sale
Sale of gently used clothing, household items, jewelry, linens and collectibles. Friday 9am – 1pm. Saturday 9am – noon. The Women’s Club, 31 S. Prospect Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740. 301-739-0870 or http://womensclubhagerstown.org
October 2 & 3 – Williamsport’s Haunted History and Paranormal Tours
9 pm – Meet at Desert Rose Café, 42 N Conococheague St, Downtown Williamsport for a guide tour with haunted history and the paranormal will be featured on the tour. Tours run Fridays and Saturdays until Friday Oct 30.
October 2 – 4 – Corn Maze – Celebration Farm
8-Acre Corn Maze and Pick-Your-Own Pumpkin Patch. Get Lost in one or all three of the Mazes for one price. Fridays 5pm – 10pm / Saturdays Noon-10 pm / Sundays Noon-5 pm. Open Other Days by Appointment for Groups. Celebration Farm, 17638 Garden View Road, Hagerstown, MD. 301-393-4377 or http://www.HagerstownCornMaze.org.
October 3 – Broadfording Fall Fest and Car Cruise In
7 am – Broadfording Christian Academy, 13535 Broadfording Church Rd, Hagerstown. Free Admission $10 car cruise-in registration fee. Food, cars, vendors, crafters, music, yard sale, barrel train, face painting, pumpkin carving, painting, games, silent auction, pony rides, photo booth and more.
October 3- HCC Cruz In
10 am to 2 pm – Hagerstown Community College, 11400 Robinwood Dr, East of Hagerstown. $10 donation per entry. Awards announced at 2 pm. The first 100 entries will receive dash plaques. All vehicles must be driven, not on trailers. No pets, alcohol, or burnouts allowed on campus. All proceeds will go to the HCC Intern Scholarship Fund. For information or to register call Chris at 301-991-3947
October 3 – Family Fun Day
10 am to 2 pm – Animal Health Clinic of Funkstown, 26 E Baltimore St, Funkstown Kids Pup Crawl, staff chili cook off, a beer garden, play in the MASH unit, dunk a doctor in the dunk tank, face painting, games and crafts. For more info call 301-733-779
October 3 –Star Equestrian Center and Therapeutic Farm Open House
10 am to 4 pm – Star Equestrian Center and Therapeutic Farm, 13757 Broadfording Church Rd, Hagerstown. The open house will include wagon rides to and from Star Community’s Pond, visits to the new sensory walking trail, hay bale maze, old time games, Parelli and Lyons trainers doing workshops, and veterinarians and farrier workshops. Mums will be sold. Call 301-791-6222
October 3 – Clear Spring Fall Festival
9 am to 5 pm – Clear Spring Outdoor Agricultural and Environmental Center, behind Plum Grove, Broadfording Rd, Clear Spring – Free admission and parking .Food will be sold. Activities include cross-cut saw demonstrations at 10 am and 2 pm; draft house demonstrations at 10:30 and 2:30 pm pedal tractor pulls at 11 am and 1 pm; turkey calling at 130 pm; cider press at 9 am and hourly; live music from 11 am to 4 pm; the day also will include apple butter making, pumpkin decorating, scarecrow making and more. Sponsored by Clear Spring High School FFA and FFA alumni and Claud E Kitchens Outdoor School at Fairview. Rain or Shine
October 3 – Harvest Hoedown
10 am to 4 pm Bryon Memorial Park, Park Rd, Williamsport. Admission is free and proceeds benefit Williamsport Food Bank. Events include food, music, children’s activities, silent auction, vendors, make your own scarecrow and a square dancing demonstration.
October 3 – Wings & Wheels Expo 2015
Exhibits including airplanes and vehicles to delight everyone. Experience Hagerstown’s rich Aviation history. Hours 9am – 4pm. Hagerstown Aviation Museum, Hagerstown Regional Airport 18434 Showalter Road, Hagerstown, MD. http://www.wingsandwheelsexpo.com
October 3 – 200th Anniversary Fireman’s Parade & Block Party
The parade to begin at 1 pm and will run from Potomac Ave/Oak Hill Ave to E. Baltimore Street. A Block Party to follow in front of the First Hagerstown Hose Company. Games, Bucket Brigade Fireman Competition, Food Vendors. No entrance fee. First Hagerstown Hose Company, 33 S. Potomac Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740. Captain Royce, 301-549-8924 or http://engineone.org/
October 3- 4-H Fun Day
11 am to 2 pm- Williamsport Library, 104 E Potomac St Williamsport. Washington County 4-H Youth Development Program will assist participants in doing 4-H projects and learning what 4-h has to offer. Call 301-223-7027
October 3 – Antietam Tackle Show
9 am to 1 pm – The Best Western Grand Venice Hotel & Conference Center, 431 Dual Highway, Hagerstown. Admission is $5 a person. Antique fishing –tackle show. Call 610-346-7708
October 3 – Free Movie
2 pm – Fletcher Library, 100 S Potomac St Hagerstown – Free showing of “Cinderella” (PG) Call 301-739-3250 X 250 or go to www.washcolibrary.org
October 3 Monarch Butterfly education program
11:30 am to 2:30 pm- Kiwanis Park, near Imperial Drive, east of Eastern Blvd, Hagerstown. Free. After ribbon cutting ceremony to open the park. Family friendly event. Homeowners will learn information about steps they can take to help attract and sustain monarch butterflies, which are in decline. The University of Maryland Extension Master Gardeners of Washington County will share information on protecting monarchs and other pollinators. Sponsored by the Monarch Butterfly Alliance with support from the Potomac Valley Audubon Society. Call 240-291-6465
October 3 – “Sleeping Beauty”
11:30 am Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater and Children’s Theater, 44 N Potomac St , rear downtown Hagerstown. $15 per person – does not include drink or tip. Menu is choice of hot dog and chips or a personal cheese pizza for this live performance of a princess, sleeping enchantment and a prince. Call 301-739-7469 or go to www.washingtoncountyplayhouse.com
October 3 – Opening Reception
The Washington County Arts Council will host an opening reception for the exhibit of “Ben & Ira Lourie Two Brothers: Converging Vision – Diverging Views”. 2pm – 4pm. Washington County Arts Council Gallery, 34 South Potomac Street, Hagerstown, MD. 301-791-3132 or http://www.washingtoncountyarts.com.
October 3 – Civil War Medicine, a Program for Children
Professionals from the National Civil War Medicine Museum will be at Discovery Station presenting a program about the lasting impact that Civil War medical practices had on our Nation. Free program. Discovery Station, 101 W. Washington Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740. 301-790-0076 or http://www.discoverystation.org
October 3 & 4- 124th NY Infantry Weekend
Antietam National Battlefield, 5831 Dunker Church Rd, Sharpsburg. Park entrance fee $5 per person or $10 per family. Living history volunteers will portray the 124th New York Infantry, re-creating the life of a Civil War solider. Weapons demonstrations will be held Saturday and Sunday with ongoing interpretation in the camp throughout the week. For more information call 301-432-5124
October 3 & 4 – Fort Frederick in the Civil War
Experience a weekend of living history and tactics demonstrations to commemorate Fort Frederick’s role in the American Civil War. Park Entrance fees apply 10am – 3pm. Fort Frederick State Park, 11100Fort Frederick Road, Big Pool, MD 21711. 301-842-2155 or http://www.dnr.state.md.us/publiclands/pdfs/ffsp_events.pdf
October 4 – Mystery in Africa
2 pm Leonard P Snyder Branch Library, 12624 Broadfording Rd, Clear Spring. Free Isabelle Stottlemeyer will discuss the “No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency” series by Alexander McCall Smith following by a film. Lite refreshments. Registration required. Call 301-842-2730
October 4 – Apple Fest
1 to 4 pm – Washington County Rural Heritage Museum, 7313 Sharpsburg Pike, South of Hagerstown. Ice Cream social and grand opening of the country store. Call 240-420-1714 or go to www.ruralheritagemuseum.org
October 5- Motion Commotion
6 to 8 pm – Fletcher Library, 100 S Potomac St Downtown Hagerstown. Free event – Celebrate National Youth Science Day with 4-H. For ages 8 to 12. Register in advance with the children’s department. Call 301-739-3250 x 250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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